di sini modem yang sy gunakan MODEM TELKOMSEL ADVAN DT8-HT yang kecepatannya maksimal 7.2 Mbps

langkah langkah nya
1. Insall paket-paket yang di butuhkan seperti :

apt-get install usb_modeswitch libwvstreams4.6-base libwvstreams4.6-extras libuniconf4.6 wvdial

2. Masukan modem di USB .terus buka terminal ketik lsusb “enter “seperti contoh di bawah ni.

root@melengo-laptop:~# lsusb

Bus 003 Device 003: ID 05c6:0015 Qualcomm, Inc.
Bus 003 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub
Bus 001 Device 003: ID 04f2:b128 Chicony Electronics Co., Ltd
Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub
Bus 002 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub
Bus 005 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub
Bus 004 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub

OK lok udah gw jelasin dikit nih di sini yang bercetak tebal di atas tempat Modem usb nya and 05c6 = DefaultVendor dan 0015 = DefaultProduct Yang fungsi nya untuk mengkomfigurassi usb_modeswitch.

Oya pada waktu pengecekan lsusb di terminal jika DefaultVendor = 2000 maka ejek modemnya lalu pasang lagi kemudian cek lagi supaya DefaultVendor = 0015 jika tetap DefaultVendor = 2000 cobak pakek yang itu

2. Mengkomfigurasi usb_modeswitch caranya di bawah ni nih cui. buka terminal dan edit di bagian /etc/usb_modeswitch.conf Caranya

root@melengo-laptop:~# nano /etc/usb_modeswitch.conf

maka akan tampil kuriang lebih kayak gini nih

# Last modified: 2009-06-09
#
# Configuration for usb_modeswitch, a mode switching tool for controlling
# flip flop (multiple device) USB gear
#
# Main purpose is to trigger the switching of several known UMTS modems
# from storage device mode (“ZeroCD TM” for use with MS Windows) to modem
# (serial) device mode
#
# Detailed instructions and a friendly forum on the homepage:
# http://www.draisberghof.de/usb_modeswitch
#
# News update: you want to read the paragraph about troubleshooting there
# if you run into problems !!!# Just set or remove the comment signs ( # and ; ) in order to activate
# your device. (Actual entries are further down, after the reference.)
#
# For custom settings:
# Numbers can be decimal or hexadecimal, MessageStrings MUST be
# hexadecimal without prepended “0x”. Digits 9-16 in the known
# MessageStrings are arbitrary; I set them to “12345678″# What it all means (short command line flags appended):
#
#
# * DefaultVendor -v
# * DefaultProduct -p
#
# This is the ID the USB device shows after having been plugged in.
# The program needs this; if not found -> no action.
#
#
# * TargetVendor -V
# * TargetProduct -P
#
# These are the IDs of the USB device after successful mode switching.
# They are optional, but I recommend to provide them for better analysis.
# You definitely need them if you enable CheckSuccess (see below)
#
#
# * TargetClass -C
#
# Some weird devices don’t change IDs. They only switch the device class.
# If the device has the target class -> no action (and vice versa)
#
#
# * MessageEndpoint -m
#
# A kind of address inside the interface to which the “message”
# (the sequence that does the actual switching) is directed.
# Starting from version 0.9.7 the MessageEndpoint is autodetected
# if not given
#
#
# * MessageContent -M
#
# A hex string containing the “message” sequence; it will be
# sent as a USB bulk transfer.
#
#
# * ResponseEndpoint -r
# * NeedResponse -n
#
# Some devices were reported to require receiving the response of the
# bulk transfer to do the switching properly. Usually not needed.
# Starting from version 1.0.0 the ResponseEndpoint is autodetected
# if not given
#
#
# * DetachStorageOnly -d
#
# Some devices just need to be detached from the usb-storage
# driver to initiate the mode switching. Using this feature
# instead of removing the whole usbstorage module keeps other
# storage devices working.
#
#
# * HuaweiMode -H
#
# Some Huawei devices can be switched by a special control
# message.
#
#
# * SierraMode -S
#
# Some Sierra devices can be switched by a special control
# message.
#
#
# * SonyMode -O
#
# Some Sony-Ericsson devices can be switched by a special control
# message. This is experimental and might not have a stable result
#
#
# * ResetUSB -R
#
# Some devices need a rougher treatment. If the switching seems
# to do something (run udevmonitor), but your system does not reflect
# it, try this somewhat brutal method to do a reset after switching.
# Mind that if your device switched OK before, this will probably set
# it back to storage mode …
#
#
# * Interface -i
# * Configuration -u
# * AltSetting -a
#
# More USB parameter to help with tricky devices and for doing lots
# of cruel experiments …
#
## Note:
## AltSetting/Configuration changes and ResetUSB are executed after all
## other steps and can be combined or used on their own (e.g. a reset
## might have the same effect as a manual replug)
#
#
# * InquireDevice -I (disables inquiry)
#
# The standard since 1.0.0 is to do a SCSI inquiry on the default device
# before other actions. This might be a future way to identify a device
# without ambiguities. If it causes trouble with your device, just disable.
#
#
# * CheckSuccess -s
#
# Check for successful switch after seconds (to let device
# settle). First, an interface access test: most devices vanish after
# switching and can’t be accessed anymore. Second, a recount of target
# devices: one more than at the first count -> device switched fine. A
# settling time of 2 – 3 seconds is usually enough; your setup may vary
#
#
# -> All other entries are just ignored <-# Additional command line flags:
#
# Verbose output -W
# No output at all -q
# Other config file -c # For filling in all this information for an unknown device,
# see instructions and links on the homepage:
# http://www.draisberghof.de/usb_modeswitch
#
# If you find working codes and configurations, please contribute
# them!

;CheckSuccess=2

#######################################################
# Option GlobeSurfer Icon (aka “Vodafone EasyBox”)
#
# The message SHOULD be the same for all Option devices

;DefaultVendor= 0x05c6
;DefaultProduct= 0×1000

;TargetVendor= 0x0af0
;TargetProduct= 0×6600

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×05

;MessageContent=”55534243123456780000000000000601000000000000000000000000000000″

#######################################################
# Option GlobeSurfer Icon 7.2
#
# Contributor: The Pharscape Forum

# DefaultVendor= 0x05c6
# DefaultProduct= 0×2000

# TargetVendor= 0x05c6
# TargetProduct= 0×2000

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×05

MessageContent=”55534243123456780000000000000601000000000000000000000000000000″

########################################################
# Option GlobeTrotter GT MAX 3.6 (aka “T-Mobile Web’n'walk Card Compact II”)
#
# Contributor: Bernd Holzmüller

;DefaultVendor= 0x05c6
;DefaultProduct= 0×1000

;TargetVendor= 0x0af0
;TargetProduct= 0×6600

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×05

;MessageContent=”55534243123456780000000000000601000000000000000000000000000000″

;ResponseEndpoint=0×84

########################################################
# Option GlobeTrotter GT MAX “7.2 Ready”
#
# Contributors: Lucas Benedicic, Morgwai Kotarbinski

;DefaultVendor= 0x05c6
;DefaultProduct= 0×1000

;TargetVendor= 0x0af0
;TargetProduct= 0×6701

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×05

;MessageContent=”55534243123456780000000000000601000000000000000000000000000000″

########################################################
# Option GlobeTrotter EXPRESS 7.2 (aka “T-Mobile wnw Express II”)
#
# Contributor: Fridtjof Busse

;DefaultVendor= 0x05c6
;DefaultProduct= 0×1000

;TargetVendor= 0x0af0
;TargetProduct= 0×6701

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×05

;MessageContent=”55534243123456780000000000000601000000000000000000000000000000″

# Response reading needed according to one (1) report
;ResponseEndpoint=0×84

#######################################################
# Option GlobeSurfer Icon 7.2, new firmware (HSO driver)
#
# Vendor/ProductID don’t change when switching, only the device
# class does. Most new Option devices work with this. Just adapt IDs!
# HSO driver support is available at Pharscape (www.pharscape.org)
#
# Contributor: Paul Hardwick

;DefaultVendor= 0x0af0
;DefaultProduct= 0×6911

;TargetClass= 0xff

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×05

;MessageContent=”55534243123456780000000000000601000000000000000000000000000000″

########################################################
# Option iCON 210
# PROLiNK PHS100 (various looks)
# Hyundai Mobile MB-810
#
# One report of switching with DetachStorageOnly. Needs at least
# a second to settle before binding to usbserial
#
# Contributor: wahlm, Peter Kraker, Pakdhetimin Sekum

;DefaultVendor= 0x1e0e
;DefaultProduct= 0xf000

;TargetVendor= 0x1e0e
;TargetProduct= 0×9000

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×01

;MessageContent=”555342431234567800000000000006bd000000020000000000000000000000″

;ResponseEndpoint=0×01

#######################################################
# Option iCON 225 HSDPA
#
# New Firmware. HSO driver support is available at Pharscape (www.pharscape.org)
#
# Contributor: Matti Viljanen

;DefaultVendor= 0x0af0
;DefaultProduct= 0×6971

;TargetClass= 0xff

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×05

;MessageContent=”55534243785634120100000080000601000000000000000000000000000000″

#######################################################
# Option GlobeTrotter HSUPA Modem (aka “T-Mobile Web’n'walk Card Compact III’)
#
# New Firmware. HSO driver support is available at Pharscape (www.pharscape.org)
#
# Contributor: Gerold Gruber

;DefaultVendor= 0x0af0
;DefaultProduct= 0×7011

;TargetClass= 0xff

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×05

;MessageContent=”55534243785634120100000080000601000000000000000000000000000000″

######################################################
# Option iCON 401
#
# HSO driver
#
# Contributor: Vincent Teoh

;DefaultVendor= 0x0af0
;DefaultProduct= 0×7401

;TargetClass= 0xff

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×01

;MessageContent=”55534243785634120100000080000601000000000000000000000000000000″

;ResponseEndpoint=0×81

########################################################
# Vodafone K3760 (made by Option, HSO driver)
#
# Contributor: The Solutor

;DefaultVendor= 0x0af0
;DefaultProduct= 0×7501

;TargetClass= 0xff

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×01

;MessageContent=”55534243785634120100000080000601000000000000000000000000000000″

########################################################
# AT&T USBConnect Quicksilver (made by Option, HSO driver)
#
# Contributor: sissie from Bullteam

;DefaultVendor= 0x0af0
;DefaultProduct= 0xd033

;TargetClass= 0xff

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×05

;MessageContent=”55534243785634120100000080000601000000000000000000000000000000″

########################################################
# Huawei E220 (aka “Vodafone EasyBox II”, aka “T-Mobile wnw Box Micro”)
# Huawei E230
# Huawei E270
# Huawei E870
# and probably most other Huawei devices (just adapt product ID)
#
# Two options: 1. removal of “usb-storage” 2. the special control
# message found by Miroslav Bobovsky
#
# Contributor: Hans Kurent, Denis Sutter, Vincent Teoh

;DefaultVendor= 0x12d1
;DefaultProduct= 0×1003

# choose one of these:
;DetachStorageOnly=1
;HuaweiMode=1

########################################################
# Huawei E169
#
# Contributor: Dale Lane

;DefaultVendor= 0x12d1
;DefaultProduct= 0×1001

# choose one of these:
;DetachStorageOnly=1
;HuaweiMode=1

########################################################
# Huawei E180
#
# Contributor: Tom Dawahare

;DefaultVendor= 0x12d1
;DefaultProduct= 0×1414

# choose one of these:
;DetachStorageOnly=1
;HuaweiMode=1

########################################################
# Huawei E630
#
# You might also try to use the Huawei sequence with it
#
# Beware: there are modem-only variants around – no storage,
# no switching necessary!
#
# Contributor: Joakim Wenrgren

;DefaultVendor= 0×1033
;DefaultProduct= 0×0035

;TargetVendor= 0x12d1
;TargetProduct= 0×1003

;DetachStorageOnly=1

########################################################
# ZTE MF620 (aka “Onda MH600HS”)
#
# Probably works with DetachStorageOnly too
#
# Contributor: Flávio Moringa

;DefaultVendor= 0x19d2
;DefaultProduct= 0×2000

;TargetVendor= 0x19d2
;TargetProduct= 0×0001

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×04

;MessageContent=”55534243123456780000000000000600000000000000000000000000000000″

########################################################
# ZTE MF622 (aka “Onda MDC502HS”)
#
# Contributor: andylog

;DefaultVendor= 0x19d2
;DefaultProduct= 0×2000

;TargetVendor= 0x19d2
;TargetProduct= 0×0002

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×04

;MessageContent=”55534243f8f993882000000080000a85010101180101010101000000000000″

########################################################
# ZTE MF622 (probably different version)
#
# Contributor: Pedro Algarvio

;DefaultVendor= 0x19d2
;DefaultProduct= 0×2000

;TargetVendor= 0x19d2
;TargetProduct= 0×0001

;DetachStorageOnly=1

########################################################
# ZTE MF628
#
# Captured with “usbmon”. Has a micro SD slot which can be
# activated alternatively
#
# Contributor: Alvaro Lopes

;DefaultVendor= 0x19d2
;DefaultProduct= 0×2000

# To modem mode:

;TargetVendor= 0x19d2
;TargetProduct= 0×0015

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×08

;MessageContent=”5553424312345678000000000000061b000000030000000000000000000000″

# To SD slot mode:

;TargetVendor= 0x05c6
;TargetProduct= 0×2001

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×08

;MessageContent=”55534243123456782000000080000a86010101180101010101000000000000″

;ResponseEndpoint=7

########################################################
# ZTE MF628+ (tested version from Telia / Sweden)
# ZTE MF626
# ZTE MF636 (aka “Telstra / BigPond 7.2 Mobile Card”)
#
# Contributor: Joakim Wennergren

;DefaultVendor= 0x19d2
;DefaultProduct= 0×2000

;TargetVendor= 0x19d2
;TargetProduct= 0×0031

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×01

;MessageContent=”55534243123456782000000080000c85010101180101010101000000000000″

# if that command doesn’t work, try the other (“eject”)
;MessageContent=”5553424312345678000000000000061b000000030000000000000000000000″

########################################################
# ZTE MF638 (aka “Onda MDC525UP”)
#
# Contributor: andylog

;DefaultVendor= 0x19d2
;DefaultProduct= 0×2000

;TargetVendor= 0x19d2
;TargetProduct= 0×0037

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×01

;MessageContent=”55534243123456782000000080000c85010101180101010101000000000000″

########################################################
# ZTE AC8710
#
# Two ID variants known; check your default
#
# Contributor: Michael Khurtsiya

;DefaultVendor= 0x19d2
;DefaultProduct= 0xfff5

;TargetVendor= 0x19d2
;TargetProduct= 0xffff

# No. 2

;DefaultVendor= 0x19d2
;DefaultProduct= 0xfff6

;TargetVendor= 0x19d2
;TargetProduct= 0xfff1

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×05

;MessageContent=”5553424312345678c00000008000069f030000000000000000000000000000″

########################################################
# ZTE AC2710 (EVDO)
#
# Contributor: Wasim Baig

;DefaultVendor= 0x19d2
;DefaultProduct= 0xfff5

;TargetVendor= 0x19d2
;TargetProduct= 0xffff

;MessageContent=”5553424312345678c00000008000069f010000000000000000000000000000″

# Just for information: try it with the message from the AC8710 …

########################################################
# ZTE 6535-Z
#
# Contributor: David Taillandier

;DefaultVendor= 0x19d2
;DefaultProduct= 0×2000

;TargetVendor= 0x19d2
;TargetProduct= 0×0052

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×01

;MessageContent=”55534243123456782000000080000c85010101180101010101000000000000″

########################################################
# ONDA MT503HS (most likely a ZTE model)
#
# Contributor: Lucio Asnaghi a.k.a. kRAkEn/gORe

;DefaultVendor= 0x19d2
;DefaultProduct= 0×2000

;TargetVendor= 0x19d2
;TargetProduct= 0×0002

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×08

;MessageContent=”55534243b0c8dc812000000080000a85010101180101010101000000000000″

########################################################
# ONDA MT505UP (most likely a ZTE model)
#
# Contributor: Alex Scortegagna

;DefaultVendor= 0x19d2
;DefaultProduct= 0×2000

;TargetVendor= 0x19d2
;TargetProduct= 0×0002

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×03

;MessageContent=”55534243123456780000010080000a28000000001c00002000000000000000″

########################################################
# Novatel Wireless Ovation MC950D HSUPA
# Novatel Wireless Merlin XU950D
# Novatel Wireless Ovation 930D
#
# Contributor: Razvan Dragomirescu, Mike Kirk

;DefaultVendor= 0×1410
;DefaultProduct= 0×5010

;TargetVendor= 0×1410
;TargetProduct= 0×4400

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×09

;MessageContent=”5553424312345678000000000000061b000000020000000000000000000000″

# Note: detaching the storage driver might work as well

########################################################
# Novatel U727 USB modem
#
# Modem only versions (no switching required) are around.
#
# Contributor: Chris Thielen

;DefaultVendor= 0×1410
;DefaultProduct= 0×5010

;TargetVendor= 0×1410
;TargetProduct= 0×4100

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×08

;MessageContent=”5553424312345678000000000000061b000000020000000000000000000000″

########################################################
# Novatel MC990D
#
# Contributor: Joakim Wennergren

;DefaultVendor= 0×1410
;DefaultProduct= 0×5020

;Interface= 5

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×01

;MessageContent=”5553424312345678000000000000061b000000020000000000000000000000″

########################################################
# Novatel U760 USB modem
#
# Contributor: Richard Laager

;DefaultVendor= 0×1410
;DefaultProduct= 0×5030

;TargetVendor= 0×1410
;TargetProduct= 0×6000

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×08

;MessageContent=”5553424312345678000000000000061b000000020000000000000000000000″

########################################################
# Alcatel One Touch X020 (aka OT-X020, aka MBD-100HU, aka Nuton 3.5G), works with Emobile D11LC
# Alcatel One Touch X030 (aka OT-X030, aka Nuton NT36HD)
#
# Contributor: Aleksandar Samardzic, Marcelo Fernandez

;DefaultVendor= 0x1c9e
;DefaultProduct= 0×1001

;TargetVendor= 0x1c9e
;TargetProduct= 0×6061

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×05

;MessageContent=”55534243123456780000000000000606f50402527000000000000000000000″

########################################################
# Alcatel X200

;DefaultVendor= 0x1bbb
;DefaultProduct= 0xf000

;TargetVendor= 0x1bbb
;TargetProduct= 0×0000

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×01

;MessageContent=”55534243123456788000000080000606f50402527000000000000000000000″

########################################################
# AnyDATA ADU-500A, ADU-510A, ADU-510L, ADU-520A
#
# This ID gets an “Option” treatment by newer kernels.
# Use module option “option_zero_cd=2″ with usb-storage.
# A kernel patch to fix the problem is pending
#
# Contributor: Vladimir Poluektov, Gabriel Smolar

;DefaultVendor= 0x05c6
;DefaultProduct= 0×1000

;TargetVendor= 0x16d5
;TargetProduct= 0×6502

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×08

;MessageContent=”5553424312345678000000000000061b000000020000000000000000000000″

########################################################
# BandLuxe C120
#
# Reportedly needs several switch calls in a certain order. See
# http://www.draisberghof.de/usb_modeswitch/bb/viewtopic.php?t=71
# This might be a case to try the new ResetUSB function
#
# Contributor: Alexander Czigler

;DefaultVendor= 0x1a8d
;DefaultProduct= 0×1000

;TargetVendor= 0x1a8d
;TargetProduct= 0×1002

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×05

;MessageContent=”55534243123456781200000080000603000000020000000000000000000000″

;ResponseEndpoint=0×82

########################################################
# Solomon S3Gm-660
#
# Same notes apply as with the BandLuxe C120 above
#
# Contributor: Alexander Czigler

;DefaultVendor= 0x1dd6
;DefaultProduct= 0×1000

;TargetVendor= 0x1dd6
;TargetProduct= 0×1002

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×05

;MessageContent=”55534243123456781200000080000603000000020000000000000000000000″

;ResponseEndpoint=0×82

########################################################
# C-motech D-50 (aka “CDU-O8 “)
#
# Interesting notes about the device in the forum post at
# http://www.draisberghof.de/usb_modeswitch/bb/viewtopic.php?t=69
#
# Contributor: Alexander Czigler

;DefaultVendor= 0x16d8
;DefaultProduct= 0×6803

;TargetVendor= 0x16d8
;TargetProduct= 0×6803

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×07

;MessageContent=”555342431234567824000000800008ff524445564348470000000000000000″

########################################################
# C-motech CGU-628 (aka “Franklin Wireless CGU-628A” aka “4G Systems XS Stick W12″)
#
# Contributor: Mathias Picker

;DefaultVendor= 0x16d8
;DefaultProduct= 0xf000

;TargetVendor= 0x16d8
;TargetProduct= 0×6006

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×09

;MessageContent=”55534243d85dd88524000000800008ff524445564348470000000000000000″

########################################################
# Toshiba G450
#
# Contributor: Mijail Anton

;DefaultVendor= 0×0930
;DefaultProduct= 0x0d46

;TargetVendor= 0×0930
;TargetProduct= 0x0d45

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×05

;MessageContent=”5553424312345678000000000000061b000000020000000000000000000000″

########################################################
# UTStarcom UM175 (distributor “Alltel”)
#
# Contributor: Mark A. Ziesemer

;DefaultVendor= 0x106c
;DefaultProduct= 0x3b03

;TargetVendor= 0x106c
;TargetProduct= 0×3715

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×05

;MessageContent=”555342431234567824000000800008ff024445564348470000000000000000″

########################################################
# Hummer DTM5731
#
# Contributor: “paul”

;DefaultVendor= 0x1ab7
;DefaultProduct= 0×5700

;TargetVendor= 0x1ab7
;TargetProduct= 0×5731

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×07

;MessageContent=”5553424312345678000000000000061b000000020000000000000000000000″

########################################################
# A-Link 3GU
#
# Contributor: A-Link Europe Ltd.

;DefaultVendor= 0x1e0e
;DefaultProduct= 0xf000

;TargetVendor= 0x1e0e
;TargetProduct= 0×9200

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×01

;MessageContent=”5553424312345678000000000000061b000000020000000000000000000000″

########################################################
# Sierra Wireless Compass 597
#
# Contributor: Vincent Teoh

;DefaultVendor= 0×1199
;DefaultProduct= 0x0fff

;TargetVendor= 0×1199
;TargetProduct= 0×0023

;SierraMode=1

########################################################
# Sierra Wireless AirCard 881U (most likely 880U too)
#
# Contributor: Vincent Teoh

;DefaultVendor= 0×1199
;DefaultProduct= 0x0fff

;TargetVendor= 0×1199
;TargetProduct= 0×6856

;SierraMode=1

########################################################
# Sony Ericsson MD400
#
# This is experimental. Might switch back after some time. Please report!

;DefaultVendor= 0x0fce
;DefaultProduct= 0xd0e1

;TargetClass= 0×02

;SonyMode=1

# This might work too instead; subject to testing
;Configuration=2

########################################################
# LG LDU-1900D EV-DO (Rev. A)
#
# Recommended init command: ATE0V1&D2&C1S0=0
#
# Contributor: Jérôme Oufella

;DefaultVendor= 0×1004
;DefaultProduct= 0×1000

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×08

;MessageContent=”55534243123456780000000000000aff554d53434847000000000000000000″

########################################################
# Samsung SGH-Z810 USB (with microSD card)
#
# This ID gets an “Option” treatment by newer kernels.
# Use module option “option_zero_cd=2″ with usb-storage.
# A kernel patch to fix the problem is pending
#
# Contributor: A Friend

;DefaultVendor= 0x05c6
;DefaultProduct= 0×1000

;TargetVendor= 0x04e8
;TargetProduct= 0×6601

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×05

;MessageContent=”55534243123456780000000000000616000000000000000000000000000000″

########################################################
# MobiData MBD-200HU
#
# Contributor: Stefan Olejnik

;DefaultVendor= 0x1c9e
;DefaultProduct= 0xf000

;TargetVendor= 0x1c9e
;TargetProduct= 0×9000

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×01

;MessageContent=”55534243123456788000000080000606f50402527000000000000000000000″

########################################################
# ST Mobile Connect HSUPA USB Modem
#
# Use /dev/ttyUSB2 for connecting
#
# Contributor: Vincent Teoh

;DefaultVendor= 0x1c9e
;DefaultProduct= 0xf000

;TargetVendor= 0x1c9e
;TargetProduct= 0×9063

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×01

;MessageContent=”55534243123456788000000080000606f50402527000000000000000000000″

########################################################
# MyWave SW006 Sport Phone/Modem Combination
#
# Has a card reader too, working fine
#
# Contributor: Aaron Guidazzi

;DefaultVendor= 0x1c9e
;DefaultProduct= 0×9200

;DefaultVendor= 0x1c9e
;DefaultProduct= 0×9202

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×03

;MessageContent=”55534243123456780000000000000606f50402527000000000000000000000″

########################################################
# Cricket A600
#
# Switches to ACM device. Might need a ResetUSB after switching – or not
#
# Contributor: Jeffrey Hoogland

;DefaultVendor= 0x1f28
;DefaultProduct= 0×0021

;TargetVendor= 0x1f28
;TargetProduct= 0×0020

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×08

;MessageContent=”555342431234567824000000800108df200000000000000000000000000000″

# Afterwards (optional): “usb_modeswitch -v 0x1f28 -p 0×0020 -R”

########################################################
# EpiValley SEC-7089 (featured by Alegro and Starcomms / iZAP)
#
# Contributor: Chris Wright

;DefaultVendor= 0x1b7d
;DefaultProduct= 0×0700

;TargetVendor= 0x1b7d
;TargetProduct= 0×0001

# only for reference
# MessageEndpoint=0×07

;MessageContent=”555342431234567824000000800008FF05B112AEE102000000000000000000″

 

terus cari bagian yang tulisannya kayak ginih

#######################################################
# Option GlobeSurfer Icon 7.2
#
# Contributor: The Pharscape Forum#DefaultVendor= 0x05c6
#DefaultProduct= 0x1000#TargetVendor= 0x05c6
#TargetProduct= 0x6600# only for reference
#MessageEndpoint=0x05MessageContent="55534243123456780000000000000601000000000000000000000000000000"

 

intinya disini cari yang nilai DefaultVendor = 05c6 kemudian hilangkan tanda (#) & (;) kemudian rubah nilai DefaultProduct = 0015 sesuai dengan tempat USB modem nya kebaca seperti di bawah nih nih.

#######################################################
#Option GlobeSurfer Icon 7.2
#
# Contributor: The Pharscape ForumDefaultVendor= 0x05c6
DefaultProduct= 0x0015TargetVendor= 0x05c6
TargetProduct= 0x0015# only for reference
MessageEndpoint=0x05

MessageContent="55534243123456780000000000000601000000000000000000000000000000"

3 . Untuk meload deriver yang ada di dalam modem advan ni ketik di terminal enter

root@melengo-laptop:~# sudo modprobe usbserial vendor=0x05c6 product=0×0015

root@melengo-laptop:~#

4 . tingal meketik di terminal lagi sudo usb_modeswitch.conf
root@melengo-laptop:~# sudo usb_modeswitch

* usb_modeswitch: tool for controlling "flip flop" mode USB devices
* Version 1.0.2 (C) Josua Dietze 2009
* Works with libusb 0.1.12 and probably other versionsLooking for target devices ...
Found devices in target mode or class (1)
Looking for default devices ...
Found default devices (1)
Accessing device 005 on bus 002 ...
Using endpoints 0x05 (out) and 0x87 (in)
Inquiring device details; driver will be detached ...
Looking for active driver ...
OK, driver found ("usbserial_generic")
OK, driver "usbserial_generic" detached
Could not send INQUIRY message (error -2)Device description data (identification)
-------------------------
Manufacturer: Qualcomm, Incorporated
Product: BMC CDMA Technologies MSM
Serial No.: Data Interface
-------------------------
Looking for active driver ...
OK, driver found ("usbfs")
OK, driver "usbfs" detached
Setting up communication with interface 0 ...
Trying to send the message to endpoint 0x05 ...
Sending the message returned error -2. Trying to continue
Device is gone, skipping further steps ...
-> Run lsusb to note any changes. Bye.

And liaht networknya maka akan tampil New mobail beroadbend (gsm) connection kemudian kelik maka akan tampil Set Up New Mobile Broadband Connection (forwad) pilih negara tempat anda tinggal (forward) pilih provider yang anda gunakan di sana cuman yang tersedia axis,xl,im3,indosat,telkomsel untuk wilayah indonesia sedangkan untuk 3 (tree) belom tersedia tapi bisa kok di pakek tinggal ganti Number = *99# Username = 3gprs Password = 3gprs APN = 3gprs kemudian (Forward) and apply. tinggal konek”s dah. semoga berhasil lok ada pertanyaan komen di bawah nih yah.

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